First let’s discuss days of the week. Unlike the ruling planets and noble metals, which all have a unique symbol to represent them, there will be a symbol for each particular day and date in each month.

**Saturday**

Each symbol for a *Saturday* is based on a *triangular *shape.

For example, each Saturday that falls on the 15^{th} day of a particular month will have the following symbol:

Saturday 15^{th}

**Sunday**

Each symbol for a *Sunday* is based on a *hexagonal *shape.

For example each Sunday that falls on the 7^{th} day of a particular month will have the following symbol:

Sunday 7^{th}

**Monday**

Each symbol for a *Monday* is based on a *nonagonal *shape.

For example each Monday that falls on the 20^{th} day of a particular month will have the following symbol:

Monday 20^{th}

**Tuesday**

Each symbol for a *Tuesday* is based on a *Pentagonal *shape.

For example each Tuesday that falls on the 14^{th} day of a particular month will have the following symbol:

Tuesday 14^{th}

**Wednesday**

Each symbol for a *Wednesday* is based on an *Octagonal *shape.

For example each Wednesday that falls on the 18^{th} day of a particular month will have the following symbol:

Wednesday 18^{th}

**Thursday**

Each symbol for a *Thursday* is based on a *square *shape.

For example each Thursday that falls on the 9^{th} day of a particular month will have the following symbol:

Thursday 9^{th}

**Friday**

Each symbol for a *Friday* is based on a *heptagonal *shape.

For example each Friday that falls on the 30^{th} day of a particular month will have the following symbol:

Friday 30^{th}

Now that we’ve discussed the shapes for each day, let’s go over the symbols for months. Each month in a calendar year will have its own unique symbol based on a* circular *shape.

Days have individual symbols; months have individual symbols and so do years. Here is the symbol for 2015:

*2015*